Author leaves no stone unturned in search of the truth
Between 1945 and 1973 approximately 350,000 unmarried Canadian mothers were persuaded, coerced or forced to give up their babies for adoption. Author Nadean Stone BA '73 was one of those babies. In her debut novel
No Stone Unturned she writes about her 44-year search for her birth mother.
Raised with no electricity or indoor plumbing, from the moment she understands the word adoption, she vows to find her. With no records of her birth, she battles against the frustration of bureaucracy and the unbearable pain of many heartbreaks.